Guides

Tutor Guide 1 - A guide for one-to-one tutoring of Essential Skills needed for everyday living (2011)

This guide is intended for tutors using the first module in the learning and teaching package prepared by the Newfoundland and Labrador Laubach Literacy Council for use with older adults. It is to be used with the equivalent student skill book and as a supplement to Skill Book 1 of the Laubach Way to Reading Series.

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2013-01-02

Essential Skills - Have You Used Yours Today? Series User Guide (2011)

This document gives a brief overview of the material contained in a teaching and learning package developed by the Newfoundland and Labrador Laubach Literacy Council for use with older adults.

The author points out features of the package’s tutor guides and student skill books, including lesson objectives, materials lists, glossaries and suggestions for extra activities.

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2012-12-14

How to Use Google Forms: A Step-by-Step Guide (2012)

Google forms are a free online tool that can be used on websites, via e-mail, and in webinars for registration and evaluation forms, and many other purposes.

Here, the author provides step-by-step instructions for using Google forms, starting with setting up a Google account. Users are guided through the process of designing a form; choosing a theme; checking out the finished form; sharing the form; and viewing the responses.

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2012-11-05

Skype for Literacy and Language Learning: “How To” Tips and Best Practices for Teachers (2012)

Skype is a communication tool that allows users to make audio and video calls over the Internet. The author of this document describes Skype as an excellent tool for teaching languages, as it incorporates high levels of verbal interaction between users or, in this case, between teachers and students.

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2012-10-26

Creating Easy to Read Documents: Plain Language Guidelines for the Trucking Industry (2009)

This guide is intended for anybody responsible for creating workplace materials used by professional drivers and other employees working and learning in the trucking industry.

The authors begin by explaining what plain language and workplace materials are. From there, they go on to discuss identifying the target audience; determining what information the audience needs; and organizing that information for the target audience.

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2012-10-25

Workplace Emergency Planning for Workers with Disabilities: A Handbook for Employers and Workers (2012)

This handbook has been designed to promote safety in the workplace for people with disabilities and to prevent injury or death; to educate employers and workers about the needs of people with disabilities in the workplace; and to provide employers and workers with practical solutions and strategies they can use in their emergency planning.

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2012-10-12

Community Literacy Planning Guide (2008)

This guide outlines the planning process for establishing community literacy programs in British Columbia. It was developed by 2010 Legacies Now, a non-profit organization created in 2000 to build support for Vancouver’s bid for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

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2012-09-24

Quality Assurance in PLAR: A Guide for Institutions - Volume 2 (2007)

This document grew out of a collaborative research project on quality assurance in prior learning assessment and recognition (PLAR) in post-secondary education. It offers practical ideas for post-secondary institutions and individual faculty members on how they can improve PLAR quality assurance measures.

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2012-09-24

Community Literacy Planning Guide: Working Together for Literacy (2012)

This guidebook explains how the community literacy plan, a reporting requirement for ongoing literacy funding in British Columbia, can be completed. The community literacy plan is the yearly work plan and documentation of goals and actions for the province’s community literacy groups.

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2012-09-18

How to Run an Essential Skills Competition: Helpful Tips and Activity Ideas (2012)

This guide explains how to run a competition that tests Essential Skills in a fun way. The information contained in the guide is based on a competition organized by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC), Office of Literacy and Essential Skills, in 2011.

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2012-09-14

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